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Jo's Garden Walk in March

Hello Everyone After the warmest February on record, we've now had the wettest March for a decade. Storm Gareth followed by Storm Hannah brought some very harsh wet weather to us and I wondered if I would be able to take any photos this month but the clouds cleared on several days so I made the most of them. The warm wet weather through March brought everything on at an astonishing rate so you have lots of comparison photos to enjoy this month. I would say that Spring has definitely sprung!! First of all, a peek in the Old Conservatory, photo 1. This area, like so many around the garden, has been cleaned and updated and looked lovely in the sunshine. The Pond Terrace is the first of the comp

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